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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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SHALOM
ADAT
Shoresh and Migdal Tzion
will conclude their Shabat
morning services 10 a.m.
Saturday. Nitzanim and
Makor will meet 10 a.m.
Saturdays throughout the
summer.
Garinim, Junior Congre-
gation services will con-
clude 10 a.m. June 18. The
group will hold a picnic
Sunday, meeting at the
synagogue at 2 p.m. Mem-
bers should bring a dairy
lunch. For reservations by
today, call Heidi Wilhelm,
476-9523.
Shoresh will have a
membership social 6:30
p.m. Sunday at Captain
Cozmo's. Members who pay
next year's dues will be ad-
mitted at a reduced fee. For
reservations, call Michael
Neuvirth, 851-2688.
Youth group officers
will be installed at 7:30
p.m. Thursday in the
synagogue. A youth
awards ceremony and ice
cream social will follow.
Guests are invited. For
reservations, call the
youth office, 851-5100.
Admission is free.
Migdal Tzion will have an
installation social and "pbol
party" June 17 in the home
of Ethan Gilan, 5451 Pro-
vincial, Bloomfield Hills.
For directions, call Ethan,
855-4296. *
BETH SHALOM United
Synagogue Youth will host
the Central Region USY
summer board convention
June 20-22.
USYers will participate
from Pittsburgh, Cleveland,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis,
Columbus, Canton, Erie,
Dayton, Youngstown,
Louisville, Ann Arbor,
Grand Rapids, Toledo,
Flint, Akron, Kalamazoo
and Benton Harbor.

BNAI DAVID will have
its final youth Shabat
luncheon of the season for
youth age 4-14 following
services Saturday. The final
youth Shabat service of the
season will be held June 18.
The Shalom group (age
4-7) will have a "pizza pic-
nic" Sunday, meeting at the
synagogue at 1:30 p.m. The
picnic will be held at Oak
Park Shepherd Park. There
is a nominal charge.
Masada (grades six-eight)
will go canoeing and have a
cookout Sunday at Ken-
sington, meeting at the
synagogue at 1 p.m. There is
a charge.
For reservations to any
Bnai David youth activity,
call the youth hotline, 557-
8325.

* * *

BNAI MOSHE youth
will go to Cedar Point Sun-
day, leaving the synagogue
at 7 a.m. All youth are in-
vited. Applications are
available in the synagogue
office.
Cost of the trip includes
park admission, bus trans-
portation and dinner. For
information, call the youth
department, 548-3123; or
Youth Director Walter
Rosenblum, 646-8031.
Junior Congregation's
(grades one-six) regular
season will end June 25.
The summer session will
begin July 2.
Shabat services for youth
are held at 10 a.m. Satur-
days and will continue
throughout the summer.

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17-19 at Young Israel .of -
Southfield. Teens in grade
seven and up are invited.

BBYO office. The Machon
(Inter Regional Conven-
tion) will take place June
19-23 at the Bnai Brith
Beber Camp in Muk-
wonago, Wis. Michigan
Region coordinators for the
program are Marla Peiss of
Shoshanna BBG and
Harold Silverman of Sam-
son AZA.
The AZA and BBG
Councils have selected
their overall coor-
dinators for the 1983
Regional Convention to
be held in December.
They are: Andrea Jaron
of Ohr Hashemesh BBG
and Jeff Cymerint of
Rose AZA. The BBG
Council has also selected
its SACS (Social Action/
Community Service)
Chairman for the 1983-
1984 program year, Stacy
Singer of Sabra BBG.
Applications are now
being accepted by the AZA
and BBG Councils for the
chairmanship of the kickoff
dance in September and the
conclave in October. Selec-
tions will be made in late
June or early July. Applica-
tions are available at the
BBYO office.

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BBYO Activities

The AZA Softball League
meets Sundays at South-
field High School. At 9 a.m.,
Goode AZA will play Rose
AZA 1, Ruach AZA will play.
Brandeis/L'Chaim, and Jol-
son AZA will play Wallen-
berg AZA. At 10:30 a.m.,
Samson AZA will play Rose
AZA 2, Beber AZA will play
Hart AZA, and Benny/
Herzl will play Akiba AZA.
Registration for
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be open until June 21.
The AZA and BBG Coun-
cil Installations will take
place 7 p.m. Monday at
Temple Emanu-El. The
theme of the evening is
"Time Future Is Contained
in Time Past." The evening
also will include the pre-
sentation of Council awards
to individuals and chapters.
Refreshments will be
served. Coordinators for the
program are Dan Plotnick
of Ruach AZA and Annat
Apel of Glazer BBG. All
members of AZA and BBG
are invited.
An orientation meeting
for all delegates to the
forthcoming BBYO Mid-
west Machon will take place
1:30 p.m. June 17 at the

Services and the Torah
reading will be conducted
by the teens.
The Shabaton will in-
clude all meals from dinner
on June 17 through break-
fast on June 19. There is a
charge, and non-members
are invited.
For reservations by Sun-
day, call Jeff Kahana,
president, 559-9702; or
Ronnie Teller, vice
president, 356-6182.
Ben Meyer was awarded
the Kesser Torah Chai
Award "for outstanding
service to NCSY" at the
Central East Regional Con-
vention in Cleveland, Ohio,
last month. Lisa Kowalsky
was named NCSYer of the
Year at the convention.

Friday, June 10, 1983 23

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